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Delhi school functioning under open sky for 40 years

News By DIBYENDU MONDAL

The Urdu-medium school in the national capital has some tin sheds, rusty iron furniture and a blackboard.

20 January, 2018

Delhi government will act tough on schools flouting nursery admission norms

News By Kundan Jha

The Delhi government is keeping close tabs on the ongoing nursery admission process in private schools across the city. It is mulling taking strict action in case of violation of admission criterion norms.

20 January, 2018

‘Aadhaar for every homeless tough, but not impossible’

News By Kundan Jha

For address proof, the homeless in Delhi will be linked to the Homeless Resource Centre (HRC) of their respective district.

20 January, 2018

No external influence on judiciary: Bar Council head

News By Dibyendu Mondal & Abhinandan Mishra

‘The Supreme Court is running smoothly. Whatever little differences were there, they are trying to sort that out.’

20 January, 2018

Vinod Rai, Goolam Vahanvati in Raja’s crosshairs

News By The Sunday Guardian

‘The Solicitor General was telling an unadulterated lie that the meeting did not take place when the same had taken place in your (Pranab’s) office at the instance of the PM’.

18 January, 2018

CJI may meet rebel judges today

News By Correspondent

As the crisis triggered by the revolt of four Supreme Court judges lingered, Chief Justice Dipak Misra and the rebel judges may meet on Sunday to resolve the problems raked up by them as two of the dissenting judges on Saturday sought to play down the issue.

14 January, 2018

Bengal new epicentre of human trafficking

News By Shantanu Guha Ray

This is the first of a two-part series investigating the growing menace of human trafficking in Bengal, which has turned the state into India’s biggest zone for sexual offences.

14 January, 2018

Ayodhya Hindus, Muslims unanimous, temple must be built

News By DIBYENDU MONDAL

An overwhelming majority of people from both Hindu and Muslim communities in Ayodhya say that the Ram temple should be built where the Babri mosque once stood so that the pilgrimage town “rediscovers itself as a glorious city”.

14 January, 2018

Go for Uniform Civil Code: Arif Mohammad Khan

News By AREEBA FALAK

Former Union minister Arif Mohammad Khan is known for his advocacy of reform in Muslim personal laws, including the ban on instant triple talaq.

14 January, 2018
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